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Beatle Quest (Number 9)
The superbly crafted and atmospheric adventure of the fab four, featuring officially endorsed lyrics, isn't a bad place to start your trip down memory lane.
Blade Runner (CRL)
CRL could have made a good game out of a great movie, but I'm afraid they've made a total hash of it.
So simple but so addictive. Great fun can be had with the two player option which allows proper challenges to be set up.
Bridge Player III (CP)
Enjoy playing Bridge? Then this program has its merits, but it seems doubtful that it can do much to convince the real novice.
Costa Capers (Firebird)
This game is so like many others and contains nothing I haven't seen before somewhere else.
Curse Of Shaleth/Desperado (Central Solutions)
The game has a lot of desert, cotton grass flats, and general darkness on the edge of towns.
Dam And Blast ()
This game was particularly popular with the younger children I tried it out on.
Devil's Crown (Mastertronic)
Devil's Crown has got some good graphics, is very colourful and occupies a reasonably sized playing area, but these features don't make the game fun to play; in fact, it's quite boring after a while.
Most things which teach spelling are very boring but this is very addictive and is a joy to play.
F. A. Cup Football (Virgin Games)
This is more of a party game - it'd be great with a bunch of football mad friends - or perhaps one for the youngsters.
Falklands 82 (PSS)
A highly simplified game which is easy to complete successfully. It fails to offer a serious challenge and, whilst being good as far as it goes, ultimately fails to achieve its aims.
Fourmost Adventures (Global)
Four adventure games, which, if not classics, are above average and well worth a look.
Frank The Flea (Megasoft)
One of the best pieces of budget software I've seen in a long time.
Gerry The Germ (Firebird)
The game is let down by its sheer unplayability... It rapidly became so frustrating I didn't want to continue.
Henry's Hoard (Alternative)
It's graphically pleasant enough, and not a really bad game. However, I'm sick of being fed the same type of game time after time.
Hypa Raid (Atlantis)
I can't say that Hypa Raid is the best budget game that I've seen, but it still may be worth having a look at if this sort of thing does appeal to you.
Left Right, Left Right (I.E.C.)
Having tried out these games both with very young children, and with older pupils with learning difficulties, I can vouch for their usefulness.
If you're into trading games, then this can be considered as one of the better ones.
Play Your Cards Right (Britannia)
Not much of a success in my view. An aggravating aspect is that sometimes during calculations, the last prompt remains on screen, giving the impression that the computer hasn't accepted your input.
Raiders Of The Lost Ring (Arcade)
The worse thing about this game is the terrible collision detection - it gets very annoying to have objects drift by you before they kill you.
If you like pretty graphics and nice tunes, then this perhaps is a game for you. However, I found it very hard to get into the spirit of this game.
Realm Of Impossibility (Ariolasoft)
Steer well clear of this... if it's arcade adventures you're after, then look elsewhere.
May appeal to some who want a simple, easy and attractive arcade game.
Show Jumping (Alligata)
Obviously this game will appeal to horse fans everywhere but most people should have a fair bit of fun with it - especially if there's a group of you competing against each other.
Sky Fox (Ariolasoft)
I think most people would be happy with this in their collection as their first flight simulator, but anyone who's got a few flight sims should be happy with what they've already got.
Sodov The Sorcerer (Bug-Byte)
No music, a minimal scenario and only two screens to the game means it's not a super dooper hit.
Very easy to use and the sounds are certainly good studio quality.
Surf Champ (New Concepts)
Generally, I wouldn't recommend Surf Champ unless you are the sort of person who likes to get really involved in a game. You need to stick with this one before you have fun.
Temple Terror (Atlantis)
About as straightforward and as traditional an adventure as you can get.
I found it very addictive and lots of fun - and good exercise for the grey matter. Well worth getting hold of a copy.
Time Sanctuary (Lothlorien)
The characters all look the same and the game soon lapses into the familiar territory of all games which haven't quite been thought out properly... boredom.
The Transformers (Ocean)
The only bit of this game that I liked was the point, right at the end, when I pulled out the power lead.
Winter Sports (Electric Dreams)
None of the events stand out as being any good and the tacky graphics, unimaginative sound and dull gameplay all add up to this being a complete waste of money.
Xo-Word And Anagrams (Azed)
Not bad value if you like word games.
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